After reading the abstract and reviewing the study, I understand that this was a meta-analysis (a study comparing several previously conducted studies). The results were inconclusive regarding whether organic food contains higher nutritional value than traditional food. The results support the consumption of organic food because it contains less pesticides and anti-biotic resistant bacteria.
So even if the nutritional value of organic and traditional foods are the same, it is still beneficial to consume organic food because you will be exposed to less pesticides and anti-biotic resistant bacteria than traditional foods. The results did not offer any "aha" moments so I don't really understand the amount of media coverage over this meta-analysis study.
I continue to buy as much organic food as I can afford and cook as much meals at home as possible (because I can guarantee food quality vs. purchasing store bought or restaurant food).
My logic flows as follow: Fresh organic fruit is better than traditional fruit, which is better than organic processed food, which is better than traditional processed food.